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Essential Do's and Taboos: The Complete Guide to International Business and Leisure Travel
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"Roger Axtell is an internationalist Emily Post." --The New Yorker International business and leisure travel etiquette expert Roger Axtell's bestselling Do's and Taboos books have helped hundreds of thousands of business travelers and tourists avoid the…
Do's and Taboos of Humor Around the World: Stories and Tips from Business and Life
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|November 16, 1998

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The Do's and Taboos series: over 600,000 satisfied readers-and counting! "Roger Axtell is an international Emily Post."-The New Yorker Roger Axtell's latest eye-opening guide to the pitfalls awaiting the business and leisure traveler is his funniest and most…
Gestures: The Do's and Taboos of Body Language Around the World
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As featured in the New York Times and Reader's Digest "An eye-opener into the pitfalls awaiting the unaware traveler." -Washington Post "Can save the innocent abroad from great gobs of serious trouble." -Chicago Tribune Before you raise your hand to signal the…
Do's and Taboos Around The World
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|June 18, 1993

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The ultimate guide to international behavior.now completely updated and expanded! Do's and Taboos Around the World 3rd Edition "Roger Axtell is an international Emily Post." --The New Yorker "Can help you make friends [and] avoid travel trouble." --BusinessWeek…
Do's and Taboos of Public Speaking: How to Get Those Butterflies Flying in Formation
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Develop your powers of public persuasion with the ultimate guide togreat speeches and business presentations. Do you get tongue-tiedat the mere thought of speaking in public? Would you rather swimwith sharks or undergo a tax audit than face an audience?…